Doraemon (lost Asian English dubs of anime series; late 1990s-early 2000s)
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Doraemon is a popular and long-running anime based on the manga of the same name by Fujiko F. Fujio. Its best-known adaptation originally ran from 1979 until 2005, while a reboot, that began airing a month after the first series' conclusion, is still airing to this day. A total of 37 feature-length Doraemon movies have been released and numerous short films.
At least three English dubs of Doraemon have been produced in Asia. One of them, the English Disney XD Asia dub of the movie Nobita's Great Adventure in the South Seas is available, the other dubs are lost.
Malaysian English dub
Various Doraemon episodes and movies were dubbed in English in Malaysia and released on VCDs. One dubbed movie has been uploaded onto the internet. The VCDs have been out of print for 15 years.
The following character name changes took place;
- Nobita: Specky
- Shizuka: Joanne
- Giant: Bob
- Suneo: Tim/Timmy
- Doraemon - The Magic Lost Articles Fiber Spray (1 disc)
- Doraemon - Born In Japan (2 discs, 100 min)
- Doraemon - Diving Around Town (1 disc)
- Doraemon - Dragon Knight (2 discs, 90 min)
- Doraemon - Little Star War (2 discs, 95 min)
- Doraemon - Monotaro Nobita (1 disc)
- [FOUND] Doraemon - Nobita Tetsujinheiden (2 discs, 95 min) -
- Doraemon - Virtual Holographic, Fiber-Optical Peep-Slope (1 disc)
- Doraemon - The Mini Magic Loud Hailer (1 disc)
Singapore English dub
The voice actress Cindy Creekmore lists a Doraemon dub by the Singaporean company Voiceovers Unlimited for Odex on her resume. Caihui Lim was Japanese-English translator for the dub. Anime News Network lists Denise Tan Shu Fen as another voice actress for the dub.